The Musical Quarterly

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The Musical Quarterly  
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Discipline Music
Language English
Edited by Leon Botstein
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Quarterly
Standard abbreviations
Music. Q.
ISSN 0027-4631
LCCN 2004-235646
JSTOR 00274631
OCLC no. 53165498
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The Musical Quarterly is the oldest academic journal on music in America.[1] Originally established in 1915 by Oscar Sonneck, the journal was edited by Sonneck until his death in 1928. Sonneck was succeeded by a number of editors, including Carl Engel (1930-1944), Gustave Reese (1944-45), Paul Henry Lang, who edited the journal for over 25 years, from 1945 to 1973, Joan Peyser (1977-84), Eric Salzman who served as editor from 1984 to 1991 and several others.

Since 1993 The Musical Quarterly has been edited by Leon Botstein, president of Bard College and principal conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra. It is published by Oxford University Press.


  1. ^ Ramsey, Guthrey P., Jr. (Spring 1996). "Cosmopolitan or Provincial?: Ideology in Early Black Music Historiography, 1867-1940". Black Music Research Journal. 16 (1): 21. doi:10.2307/779375. JSTOR 779375.

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